The Moscow Ballet – Russian Ballet Theater
Presenting the masterpiece by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
On Sunday, July 24, 2016 at 21.15 at the Theatre “Orestis Makris’ at Chalkida People’s Park . The most fascinating love story travels for the first time to the biggest open theaters in Greece. After sold out performances at the Municipal Theatre of Piraeus, the most famous ballet of all time, the masterpiece of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, the Swan Lake is performed by the famous «Russian Ballet Theater», hosted for a few performances at selected theaters of Athens and Piraeus and in selected big cities. A unique opportunity to enjoy the award-winning and famous «Russian Ballet Theater», one of the most aknowledged and praised schools of classical dance of Moschow. The Swan Lake, the most touching love story of classical dance, it is the ballet dance, which over time fascinates and captivates the public most (first introduced on March 4, 1877 at the Bolshoi Theatre and since then has not stopped to amaze the crowds). At the same time it is the ultimate challenge in the career of a dancer since the virtuosity and lyricism demanded by the dancers, almost exceeds human limits. Moreover, the piece of music accompanying the ballet is on its own one of the most demanding in terms of interpretive requirements and produces favorite melodies that capture and captivate the human senses. The «Russian Ballet Theater», which excels in the world with this show, was founded in 2000 and immediately established itself as a constantly evolving dance band. Adopting the traditions of the heritage of the classical ballet, it includes in its repertoire almost all the gold century performances of Russian ballet with projects such as “The Swan Lake”, “Sleeping Beauty”, “Nutcracker”, “Giselle”, “Romeo and Juliet” , “Bayadera”, “Don Quixote “, etc. Since its establishment, it has been a huge success in many countries: Germany, USA, Italy, Malta, Canada, Mexico, China, South Africa, Spain, Portugal. The group collaborates with eminent artists of various groups, among them the Bolshoi Theatre, Marinski, Stanislavski.
Ticket Price: General Admission, 20 euros.
Unemployed, Large families, children etc., 15 euros.
* The Children’s tickets are valid for children up to 12 years